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? >> steve: speaking of media hear how paul ryan when reporter tried to put words in his mouth. brian? >> brian: i will take it from here . an american gunned down while jet skiing with his wife. this morning we may not what happened. "fox and friends" starts right now. ♪ >> gretchen: good morning, everyone. the team is back. brian is back. i speculated you did soccer? >> brian: and celebrating with my people. i am a bipartisan person. i celebrate st. patrick's day and columbus. >> steve: you are half irish and half -- >> gretchen: what does that mean. >> steve: you are celebrating st. ikea. >> brian: yes, we exchange dowels and put together my lounge chair >> gretchen: i had fun filling for you in the radio. i don't know how he does it. three hour of this and then three hours of radio. >> brian: makes no sense. >> gretchen: hopefully it will make sense for the headlines for you this morning. overnight north korea warning the united states you are within range of our missiles this in response of a deal south korea made with washington. they tripled the range of missiles in case of a
a massive pile up. you have to see it to believe it. "fox and friends" starts this morning,. ♪ . >> steve: heart of midtown, manhattan it is columbus day. i know you think it is on october 12th. but people like a three-day holiday. we have a federal holiday. go to the sale. macy's has a great big sell. >> okay. >> what do you need . i may give you a list to give for peter and myself . >> appreciate it. >> this is what happened when you were asleep. three, two, one. and lift off. lift off of the spacex falcon and launching dragon. >> gretchen: spacex blasted off cape canaveral. it is carrying supplies to the space run. it is a personal touch on board . chocolate vanilla swirl ice cream. >>> and she vanished on the way to school. police in colorado discovered the 10 year old's backpack and inside a water body with her name on it. she was heading three blocks for a walk to school. she never got there. the grandmother who lives in missouri spoke to reporters. >> it is real hard being here and not there with the rest of her family and participate in a door to door search if we needed to. polic
's numbers but coming down slightly. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. northbound 101 looks pretty good approaching the 80 split. san francisco much calmer than it has been. also the morning commute looks pretty good on westbound bay bridge coming up to the bay gates. it's 4:59 let's gone go back to the desk. >>> we begin with protestors who smashed windows and splattered paint in downtown oakland leaving a lot to clean up this morning. tara moriarty is live at city hall in oakland. one of the many buildings protestors vandalized last night. >> reporter: yes some of the windows that protestors smashed have been bordered up at this time. but there is still a hole here in the front door of city hall that remains exactly as it was last night. demonstrators threw paint balls and smashed windows at city hall. the national berkeley lab office and three banks. the group of about 200 people gathered at frank ogawa plaza last night. they timed the rally to coincide with the 11th anniversary of the start of the war in afghanistan. around 7:15 the group headed north on west grand avenue. circled b
look at traffic and weather. steve, how is it looking? >> it looks cold and clear. some of the lows are getting down into the low to mid 40s. it will be a cooler day today. a little system to the west of us getting closer. that will give temperatures in the afternoon five degrees cooling from sunday. 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. northbound 101 traffic that looks pretty good approaching the 80 split with no major problems. also looking at the commute if you are driving to the bay bridge we already have a crowd here at the toll plaza. 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our new there is is a big mess in downtown oakland after protestors targeted institutions from banks to city hall. tara moriarty is live in downtown oakland covering the effort to repair vandalized buildings. >> reporter: some of the windows that protestors smashed have been boarded up but others have not. there is a gaping hole here in the front glass doors to city hall. there is a security guard here keeping watch. demonstrators threw paint balls and smashed windows not only at city hall
and ken? >> thank you, steve. >>> a scientist with a connection to ucsf wins the nobel prize. but find out why the title has come down. >>> and joran van der sloot is about to become a father. rmersg from their commitment to excellence. we stand for that. prove it. enough is enough. d-con no view, no touch trap snaps to kill instantly. no looking, no touching. d-con. get out. >>> cooler today, and breezy, highs in the 60s and low, low 70s. >>> mott -- republican candidate mitt romney will lay out his foreign policy today virginia. a new political ad calling him reckless also begins airing -- foreign policy today in virginia. a new political ad calling him reckless also begins airing. >> reporter: the ad accuses the republican of insulting lon don't's handling -- london's handling of the olympic games. >> reckless, irresponsible. that's how they are saying he handled israel, poland and london. >> reporter: one of romney's advisers says his speech in about an hour will be a stark contrast of that ad. reporting in washington, jacqueline fell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> right now, the vice presi
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. >> the present pope a little fun at himself at an l.a. concert featuring stars like steve wonder. >> they just performed flawlessly night after night. i cannot always say the same. [laughter] >> now the pressure is on for the vice-presidential candidates to perform as they go head to head later this week. nd ryan based on thursday night in kentucky. and >> thank you. an amber alert issued in colorado. details on the missing child. a move on the massachusetts firm >> covering the nation, police in central colorado are looking for a break in the search for a missing 10-year-old girl. just a bridge way was reported missing after she failed to show up for school. -- jessica bridgeway. police could not discuss the contents of her bag, only that belong to the girl. firm isachusetts the link to the deadly meningitis outbreak is voluntarily recalling all of its products. at least 91 people have been affected in nine states. at least seven people have died. the steroids were used as injections given to back pain patients from july-september. officials say the recall is precautionary and no indication a
that. steve harrigan has more. this was a fair win? >> shepherd, the opposition is conceding defeat, but also at the same time making real complaints. saying that chavez used tens of millions of dollars of government oil money to pretty much buy votes, spend it on public housing and spend it on pensions. so much so that there is real concern that the currency may have to be devalued pretty soon, shep. >> shep: steve, is there anything to come out of this that's positive for the united states? >> i think for u.s. policy makers, it is positive that this election was largely peaceful. more than 80% turnout, people waiting in lines for hours. there is concern, though, with chavez's direction, both domestically, he supplies 10% of the u.s. oil. he says he wants to sell more to china, less to the u.s. but real concerns about chavez's foreign policy. over the past several years, he's built a strong alliance with iran. that's something he intends to continue. so that's a worrying spot for u.s. policy makers. >> shep: steve harrigan, thank you. we're getting a warning from washington that ch
obama campaign. and so, of course, i was. i was quickly connected with a guy named steve held brand who became the deputy campaign manager. he was assessing staff. i thought i was apply forking the job for national campaign manager. it's voter exact. i thought i got to put it on the table i'm perfect for the job. i said, steve never indicated back that i was being considered for national campaign directer. but i put it out there. i said, steve, here's the thing, we can take, you know, we can make it so that people can download literature, economize it, bring out to the neighborhoods or the club, we can also, you know, we tested this product back in 2004 that would make it possible that would a cell phone internet connection and computer you can turn your kitchen table in to a phone bank. you can turn your kitchen in to a staging area or min campaign headquarter. put it all on the line. i was like, i had the idea that was not probably new. i had the idea and the vendor i thought i crowld bring forward. i thought a d a great job. i heard later that david, the campaign manager said, asked
>> steve: anks very much to betty out in south carolina reminding us to wear pink today for breast cancer awareness month. >> brian: tomorrow, bob msi, michelle malkin a general thil a day.n wh reay see you tomorrow. bill: this will be a big day today. a stunngdeveloent on response to terror attack in atpe tghnto beziepmber 11th. the state department is now saying it always knew the assault that killed four americans was preplanned and was not the result of a spontaneous protest over a fi av bhois gog, eyb i'm martha maccallum. that revelation puts the state department in direct contradiction what the white house said in the days after the attack when senior administration officls tetewnegmbdo attack to anger over a movie. bill: want to start with peter doocy live in washington. the why is the state department now saying the attack not sonou thybe ofse armed attackers is unprecedented in recent diplomatic history. plus there was no protest in front of consulate on the night of the attack. the people insehe re:.mrxpon >> we have no iormation to suggest that it was a plea neta ot rea
. steve? thank you for calling in. caller: i wanted to ask gilbert from oklahoma, he stated that none of mitt romney's sons are in the service. what branch of service did bill clinton, barack obama, and joe biden served in? these folks but little people because they decided not to serve, or to serve. my father came back from vietnam in 1971 and told me not to go into the service because of the way they were treated when they came home. my draft number was high enough that i did not have to go. i do not understand what is going on in this country. host: what should mitt romney talk about? caller: the military protection of our interests, he should continue to do so. i think like 5% of the cost in the pentagon, but we would not know, as we have not seemed to have a budget for anything. these folks call in for information -- bill clinton is the one who repealed glass- stiegel. it led to the downfall of housing and the problems we had in 2008. everyone contributed to it. 60 million jobs went away in the internet bubble. host: 94 calling in this morning. i want to point you to "the new yor
to open the door. one of the robbers had a gun pointed at him the whole time and he said the steve spread out and they worked quickly they were only there for two-three minutes. there was another one on the floor grabbing cards of cigarettes and bottles of liquor. two of the thieves robbed the cash register up front and another one from the customer service area. the store is one of eight businesses that have been robbed in recent weeks throughout the north side between the hours of 6 and 11:00 p.m. security cameras captured images of the suspects they worked in groups of two-five robbing stores and in some cases employees taking cellphone. >> do what they want, we have to consider the safety of thisour customer base. businesses in the area are stepping up security and the suspects have a much better chance of being caught if they ever decide to come back. we're always looking at different ways to protect our customers so far only vague descriptions of the suspects they are described it ranging in age they often wear dark wooded jackets or hats north texas police are investigating the s
combined with football. >> check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends". >> starting 5 minutes from now what we are going to talk about is mitt romney will have a major foreign policy statement at virginia military institute. what he is going to talk about is how under our current president the united states has entered an era of weakness internationally. also we are going to talk politics. there's a university of colorado forecast that shows mitt romney will actually win the electoral college vote. why? we will give you their breakdown. we are going to talk politics with dana perino mike huckabee and donald trump. >>> is the united states of america a cat country or a dog country. find out as we kickoff is 11 minutes from now on the fox news channel on columbus day. begin. tomato, obviously. haha. there's more than that though, there's a kick to it. wahlalalalallala! smooth, but crisp. it's kind of like drinking a food that's a drink, or a drink that's a food, woooooh! [ male announcer ] taste it and describe the indescribable. could've had a v8. >> foo
will have e-mails next. >>> good morning. who is going to be in a bikini today? >> it will be steve. it will be a bit of a surprise. ask the question if you are watching. >> i am going to go back to your earlier question when you are talking about the vice presidential debate. i would say it is inconsequential as any. liz cheney will be here live. benghazi the fireworks that took place. nick lachey and nancy o'dell all coming up on "fox & friends". don't miss a second. i know i won't. but i get paid not to. >> 6 minutes until the top of the hour. a wisconsin school district ordering a cross to come off of this football helmet. this will as catholic schools play on the team. they must stick this decal over the cross. they tie chocolate consumption to the number of nobel prize winners the country has. suggesting a sign it's a sweet treat could boost power. it could slow down or reverse the age related mental decline. >> that's the excuse for eating chocolate now. >> time for the brew on this sonses. joe biden and paul ryan are set to swear off if the first presidential debate. what do
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and out of date. i'm steve handelsman, news4. >>> there's a new poll out that suggests mitt romney's strong debate performance last week has improved his standing in the presidential race. the pew research center shows romney leading president obama among likely voters by a margin of 49% to 45%. three weeks ago, that same poll gave president obama an 8-point lead. >>> today the united nations secretary-general said the violence in syria is threatening the stability of the region. activists say the civil war has claimed more than 30,000 lives since it began last year, and the violence has spread beyond the borders. syrian mortars have landed in turkey. for six straight days turkey has launched retaliatory strikes. and warned syria not to test his resolve. he said turkey is ready for war. >>> posters considered so controversial they might incite violence are now hanging in several metro stations. news4's jackie bensen is at the u street station with reactions from riders and from the woman who is behind this campaign. >> reporter: well, the judge ordered the posters to be installed b
. they have autos and trucks, very strong. they have a tremendous consumer business. steve jobs chose alcoa. and they made the skin for apple products. they have a phenomenal business, frankly, in just the kind of -- in cans. but they make alumina and aluminum. people are too long alumina in the world. construction is not good for them either. >> at the same time, if carl did not have the statistics and i asked you, should we watch alcoa to see where the s&p 500 is going to be in the next three months, what would you say? would you say, yes, it's a bellwether? >> yes. when you look at the broader economy as opposed to to health care and retail, it's autos, it's construction, it's aerospace, there's a million screws in every boeing 787 and a-300 from airbus. 1 million screws made by alcoa. they are a company that is very much involved in aerospace. and they make all the screws for the aircraft in defense. >> do you know how tired your wrist would be if you did that a million times? >> they've got the electric one. go to lowe's and save a little money. but alcoa's a good barometer. but the gr
problem, calls being dropped with the iphone 4 -- >> steve jobs came back from vacation in hawaii for the press conference. it was crazy. >> who's talking about that now? >> absolutely. but the both bottom line is, you don't have the halo effect on the ceo up. have the problem with the mapping apps, the labor problem with foxconn getting worse, the scuffing, which is minor, the camera which i agree is minor. it's a question of additive. it is the top dog and that's why people talk about it. but they also talk about it because it's hard to stay the top dog -- >> but do you think ultimately people stop buying the product because of all these things? >> no, i don't think they'll pay the premium going forward if you have two products with some problems in the launch, even if those problems are minor. >> it's still sold out everywhere. >> that's part of the marketing. >> i don't think so. i think we're little -- we might have shortages of components, the in-cell displays. maybe it's a supply yishgs not a demand issue. >> when is the last time apple had a product that wasn't shortage? >
at the virginia military institute. >> here's tonight's moderator, steve prosinski. >> good evening and welcome to tonight's u.s. senate debate by billings gazette communication. i'm steve prosinski, editor of the gazette. between denny rehberg and senator john tester a democrat. three veteran montana voters will ask questions. montana public broadcasting and c-span are broadcasting tonight's debate. yellowstone public radio are broadcasting our forum also and the gazette is streaming it live on each candidate will have one minute to answer a question then the other candidate we have one minute to respond. each candidate will have two minutes for a closing statement. before we go to the questions, we all ask you hold your applause until off the closing comments. we're all here to listen to them, not each other. please respect them by holding your applause until the debate has ended thank you. now to the question. we'll start with a question for senator tester. you'll have a minute to respond and representative rehberg will have a minute to comment and senator tester will have 30
financial group l. l. c. and steve moore senior economic writer for the "wall street journal" and author of the new book "who is the fairist of them all." i don't know if you can question the business practices of somebody who builds a 35 or $45 million house that is supposed to be a copy of versailles. the reason we brought this up is because it raises the question about what business leaders and people who own companies are thinking buy across to country as they head towards the election. >> i don't think it's appropriate for employers to bully their employees in terms of what they vote for and i don't think that's what was happening here. i think it's quite appropriate for employers to educate their workers about the implication of more regulations, higher taxes. we talked a lot on this show about when you talk about taxing the top 1, or 2 3% that those tend to be the employers in the country. i'll tell you this also, martha i talk to a lot of employers around the country. this is not isolated. i talked to a guy who owns 50 fast-food restaurants. he says the obama healthcare is going
. here's steve hartman. >> that's history reporter: history it's actually history reporter: pumpkin history. for david in and pumpkin growers across the globe, this is the year they've all been waiting for, the year they would hopefully get to see a pumpkin that makes these look like pom granite seeds, that dwarfs even the 1500-pound giants you see at contests, a pumpkin so massive most growers thought the pound adjust wasn't possible >> it would basically implode. that the shell of the pumpkin the ribs inside wouldn't be strong enough to hold that weight >> reporter: like aerospace and the sound barrier, sports and its four-minute mile, the holy grail for giant pumpkin people has always been the one-ton pumpkin. for decades growers have been pursuing this in vein. >> 1500 pounds reporter: but a few months ago rumors started circulating that there were some giants growing in the backyard of this house in green rhode island even though the owner planted foliage to discourage looky-lous, people were trying to get a peak. the grower wanted to downplay expectations until at least one of
bin laden, bit bit is going to get big bird. steve said when mitt romney said he loved big bird didn't it remind you of oj saying he loved nicole? oh, ow. why don't mitt romney's sons' work? do all rich republican kids -- is their job to mooch off of their parents? [♪ theme music ♪] >> bill: good morning, everybody. it is -- top of the hour here. this is the "full court press" on monday -- monday october 8th. coming to you live on current tv and bringing you the news of the day. and of course taking your calls at 866-55-press. good to have you was today. hope you have a great weekend, ready to tackle the big stories of the day. and yeah we talk a lot of politics coming out of washington, d.c. but politics is buzzing all about sports you'll have to pardon us because yesterday the nats beat the cardinals. it is the first post season game won by a washington, d.c. team since 1973. now let's say good morning to lisa ferguson. good morning. >> hey, bill i thought you were going to say it was saturday. and i started to wonder what i was doing here. the democrats are do
evening and welcome to tonight's u.s. senate debate by billings gazette communication. i'm steve prosinski, editor of the gazette. many thanks to the chancellor, director of university relations, and many others, for providing a perfect venue for this exchange of opinions and ideasbetween denny rehberg and senator john tester a democrat. three veteran montana reporters will ask questions. montana public broadcasting and c-span are broadcasting tonight's debate. yellowstone public radio are broadcasting our forum also and the gazette is streaming it live on our timekeeper is a 20-year-old senior from billings, majoring in accounting. he also is a student body vice president. each candidate will have one minute to answer a question, then the other candidate we have one minute to respond. a 30 second rebuttal will be allowed. each candidate will have two minutes for a closing statement. before we go to the questions, we all ask you hold your applause until off the closing comments. interruptions will eat into the time for the candidates and their responses. we're all here to list
're working with steve burnett, who is the most incredible music producer on the planet. for me -- hayden has been -- she's recorded songs before. she has -- >> she has some pipes? >> that girl can sing. for me, it's been really much more -- i was much more rusty. but it's been so exciting. >> let's look at a clip, everybody. here's a little sneak peek of "nashville." >> have you met. >> i know you. you're burning stuff up out there. >> thank you. my momma was one of your biggest fans. she said she would listen to you while i was still in her belly. >> bless your little heart. that's a charming story. you need to go on soon. i'm sure you want to make sure you have your girls tucked in good. >> we have to run. great meeting you. you take care. great show. great show. >> you hear bless your little heart, that's a way of saying you're in trouble. >> i know you're a spokes penn for mds. and robin is kicking butt. >> i know. i've been touched by mds in my family. it's a rare but devastating disease. and for her to be a spokesperson for all the people touched by this disease is a wonderful thing. >
, steve. this process began under president bush. what were the decisions that you all made and where do things stand now? it is a pitch for you to start us off. >> i think it is a good way to remind everyone of offense that happen several years ago but continued to have a significant impact, both economically and politically, as we now close up 2012. when president obama was elected, the automobile industry was in a crisis. you remember the famous congressional hearing in which three c zero's of flu and in separate planes. that is probably the part everyone remembers. president bush put about $17.5 billion into chrysler and general motors to kind of tide them over. it was a very tough time to have a crisis like this. i believe that president bush did the right thing and we can come back to that later in the conversation. president obama was confronted. these companies had been given a small amount of money to help it. it would be exhausted by 2009. president obama had tough decisions to make, whether to help the industry or not. i was asked as the head of the automobile taskforce. there
're reflections of what is happening to real people. host: steve in wisconsin. and we are going to move on from steve to thomas in indiana . you're on what is your job situation? caller: my job situation is wonderful. i'm very close to retirement. my wife and i only have so many months of retirement. i've been working just about all my life. i am a baby boomer, so i've seen the ups and downs -- guest: what kind of work do you do? caller: i work for a shipping company. i work for one of the world's largest shipping companies. it was head quartered out in los angeles. we merged with this other large carrier which you all know, a merger back in 1989. so it brought me from chicago to indianapolis which is a strong republican state. and i'm a strong obama person. i work the polls in my district. i'm a democratic judge. but the state of indiana, as i say again, it went blue back in two thorks eight, but right now i don't see that happening again. it was almost a miracle. but one thing about the romney ryan ticket, they stand behind the right to work. and those jobs for right to work are less paying j
. >> william alexander, carry arrest coast, elliott schieffer and come by steve shine kin. the thing we see with young people's literature is more and more serious themes. so in every case you've got young people in danger, young people facing challenges. >> you could say this about any of the awards for the arts. but it's so subjective. how do you choose between five great books in every category. >> it's up to these judges to look at the books of highst quality. >> this is an ongoing scandal that won. >> you know, this show has -- this book as well as loaded. why do the criticings continue to -- is it just pure jealousy, david? buy they hate willie geist? >> david, how is knowing your value doing? >> knowing your value is a huge best seller. >> it's his book. nobel prize for literature this year. >> okay, david steinberger, i hope you want to come back someday. >> thanks for having me on. >> congratulations to all these authors. they have sweated blood for years. congratulations on what you've accomplished today. we're really proud of you. >> you can check out the full list of this year's
it into the average, romney's ahead. >> campaigns are about momentum and romney has the momentum now. steve colbert had it right. obama's lost momentum, romney's gained momentum. i think sadly for the nation and also mistakenly for the obama campaign, having lost momentum they're talking about big bird. i just don't get it. >> i think obama has to go into the next debate, certainly joe biden on thursday, they have to regain momentum. obviously the debate led to a change in the polls. think romney can change himself and argue toe-to-toe with the president, i want to see the president come back strong next time. >> do you think this puts more pressure on joe biden to ante up in a way that could compromise him in the debate? >> i do. but obama in presenting himself for the next couple weeks, but he's always stepped up to the pressure. >> i think the pressure on biden is mostly to prevent these sort of media narratives as we all know too well they take on a life of their own. and often in negative ways. three weeks ago it was for romney. now it's obama. i think biden's job is to sort of stop the bleedi
state commander mary is here. thank you for being here. and also r.d. and steve gray. and again, we appreciate you so much and all you do to work so hard for our veterans in the state of arkansas. certainly, this is a very critical time for the nation's veterans and it's so important that the legion, it's so important that you're here. don't ever underestimate how important it is here. again, telling your congressmen, your senators, their staffs, which sometimes is even more important, telling their staffs how important these things are as we move forward. i know that all americans are very concerned about employment security. but veterans in particular are struggling with meaningful employment careers. this is certainly a very difficult economy. you mentioned the vow to hire heroes act and the vern skills job act. certainly these are a step in the right direction. and again, everyone deserves credit for moving that forward. yet there is still a number of things we can do and will do in that area. on the other hand, we have to be careful. certainly, we want to do these efforts. we c
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